We currently have over 120 members, all of whom are families with twins or triplets; many have other children. During our session we offer information and friendship to parents and carers of twins or more, who may often feel isolated, particularly in the early months and years of bring up a multiple birth family.
Come and visit us on a Friday in Katesgrove Children’s Centre Reading for a chat, a play, a tea or coffee and a helping hand.
We meet every Monday throughout the year in the hall at Wanstead Youth Centre (except Bank Holidays and unless notified) The playgroup is open between 10.30am and 12.30pm Members can come and go between these times according to their schedule.
There are lots of toys for babies up to school age. Snack time, tea, coffee and biscuits, plus singing time at the end.
Lots of free parking, a friendly bunch of mums offering advice, tips, chat and more!
We are a Twins Trust registered group, and Bath’s only multiples group for pregnant parents, babies and toddlers up to preschool age. We also have families who come from a number of nearby towns – everyone is welcome!
We are a play/support group for families with or expecting multiples. We meet Friday’s from 10 -12 at St George Community Centre, Church Road, Bristol at the cost of £1.50 per family (including other siblings).
We provide tea/coffee for grown-ups, toast and a drink for toddlers. We have books/toys suitable for babies and toddlers, as well as a baby area, and craft for the toddlers. We run a brief ‘circle time’ during the session where we help each other address the issues that families with multiples have, we have a wealth of publications about having twins/triplets, as well as being members of TAMBA.
All the volunteers are mums of multiples and we aim to provide a supportive place for multiple families that’s fun for their children, of course we always end the session with some singing!
The Minster Twins and More are a very friendly group. We meet on the second and last Wednesday of every month at the Minster Church, Warminster.
Hot drinks, smiles and cake are always provided for a £1.50 donation as well as activities for all ages.
We love to see new faces if you are a multiple parent/carer with a bump, babies or toddlers you would be more that welcome to join us.
Please get in touch if you’d like any more information.
Our North Bristol Twins Group (was the Bradley Stoke Twins) meet in the Evangelical Church, Baileys Court Road, Bristol every Friday 10am – 12noon.
Fee of three pounds per family per week
Baby & Toddler club for Twins, Triplets & more.
Every Wednesday 10am – 1pm during term time at The Hive Family Cafe, Flat 10, Ely Close, Carterton. £2.00 per family.
A chance for mums, dads and carers of multiples in and around Carterton and Witney to get together for support and fun whilst the children make new friends! We also offer a Pregnant Mums group for those expecting twins or more.
Abingdon Twins & Multiple Birth Club provides support and a meeting place for the parents, carers and expectant parents of twins, triplets and more living in and around Abingdon and the surrounding towns and villages.
We meet every 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month at Abingdon Baptist Church hall. Our sessions include lots of toy play, and crafts and tea/coffee for carers. We also have regular mums nights out, day trips, nearly new sales and lots of professionals that will have something to offer parents with twins or more.
We aim to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for parents and carers facing the challenges of raising multiple children.
Supportive group of families with multiples run by volunteers. They meet every Wednesday at The Barn in Clevedon from 11am until 1pm and have social nights out. The Barn is part of Clevedon Children’s Centre and is very accessible with parking available just outside.
Our price is £3 per family (1 adult, 2 children), 50p per extra adult.
Find us on Facebook as “North Somerset Twins & Multiples Group”
Calcot, Theale & Area Children’s Centre (Curtis Road, Calcot, Reading RG31 4XG) opened Spring 2009 in a purpose built building, attached to Calcot infant school. It is quite a lot smaller than the Waterloo meadows centre where the Friday toddler group is held.